A Recap of our Agostino Bosco Tasting and Dinner

A Recap of our Agostino Bosco Tasting and Dinner

Yesterday evening Atlas hosted a spectacular Tasting and Dinner with Andrea Bosco, of Agostino Bosco at Piazza Italiana, showcasing a range of older vintages and highlighting the nuances of each vineyard.

Though still a relatively small producer in Barolo, Andrea's wines deserve far greater recognition. Andrea owns a small estate with six hectares of vines, four and a half in the commune of La Morra and one and a half in Verduno. Among his holdings are two impressive parcels within Cru vineyards, namely La Serra in La Morra and Neirane in Verduno.

He has augmented his estate with acquisitions in La Morra, which he blends to make a hugely impressive cuvée, his Barolo, Comune di La Morra. We were very impressed with the recent 2018 and 2019 vintages, which also scored highly with Antonio Galloni of vinous.com. You will likely have seen Simon's recent review of the recent 2020 vintage, which you can read here.

The tasting featured a line-up of the following wines: 

2019 Barolo, Comune di La Morra

2019 Barolo, La Serra

2019 Barolo, Neirane

The following wines were paired with dinner:

2018 Barolo, Comune di La Morra

2018 Barolo, La Serra

2018 Barolo, Neirane

2016 Barolo, La Serra

2016 Barolo, Neirane

2015 Barolo, La Serra

2015 Barolo, Neirane

2011 Barolo, La Serra

2011 Barolo, Neirane

2010 Barolo, La Serra

2010 Barolo, Neirane

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